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StreetEasy’s Most Wanted: The power of three (bedrooms that is)

By Sara Alessi  | April 13, 2012 - 11:23AM

Who says three's a crowd?

This week’s StreetEasy Most Wanted roundup of the top 10 most saved sales listings on the real estate search site features a trifecta of three-bedroom apartments with plenty of storage space for all the belongings three (or more) people can accumulate.

A top-floor convertible three-bedroom co-op for $1.795 million on East 9th Street and University Place has a total of six closets (including three walk-ins) on top of the storage space offered by the full-service building. The open chef's kitchen features name-brand appliances, including two convection ovens and four under-counter half refrigerators. It's almost the perfect set-up for a "Top Chef" quickfire challenge.

On the same block, $2.3 million will get you another three-bedroom co-op with "tons of closets" designed by California Closets, as well as "built-ins galore" for extra storage. The building is complete with a 24-hour doorman, roof deck, gym, children's playroom and storage units. The kitchen has been renovated, as have the three bathrooms. Note: In-unit washers and dryers are not allowed.

On West 68th Street, between Columbus and Central Park West, a $1.799 million three-bedroom co-op has a total of six rooms (a.k.a. "classic 6"). Other perks: “lots of closet space” and an in-unit washer/dryer. Pied-a-terres and 80 percent financing are permitted.

If three bedrooms are too many, but you still crave closet space, consider a $549,000 two-bedroom co-op on Christopher Street between Bleecker and Hudson Streets. The walk-up is located in a renovated pre-war building with a common roof deck.

Whether you're looking for a family-sized home, flying solo or fall somewhere in between, read on and click through the rest of the Most Wanted below. Don't be afraid to tap the mind of an expert through BrickUnderground's free Agent Referral Service.

  1. 29 West 82nd Street—2-bed condo, $949k
  2. 30 East 9th Street—3-bed co-op, $1.795m
  3. 2166 Broadway—2-bed co-op, $1.095m
  4. 7 Bond Street—1-bed condo, $1.695m
  5. 32 2nd Street—4-bed house, $1.199m
  6. 20 East 9th Street—3-bed co-op, $2.3m
  7. 1 Worth—2-bed co-op, $1.695m
  8. 114 Christopher Street—2-bed co-op, $549k
  9. 275 West 96th Street—2-bed condo, $1.198m
  10. 60 West 68th Street—3-bed co-op, $1.799m

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